DNV GL urges EU to take broader view on energy aggregation to drive uptake of demand response

By Michelle Froese A new study carried out by independent experts from DNV GL demonstrates that the European Commission’s draft Electricity Directive risks reducing the economic efficiency of demand response and distorting the energy retail market by taking an overly restrictive view on compensation.
DNV GL experts have recommended that the EU consider a new approach, which lets member states choose between different grid compensation models according to their market needs.
Demand response is a key ingredient in maintaining a reliable and sustainable energy supply in coming years. It allows consumers to adjust their electricity use according to current demand and generation, giving power systems

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